Politics

“No one has forgotten or will ever forget what you said and did," she tweeted, quoting the president's past insults against her late father, Sen. John McCain.
He was also tied up at campaign rallies, jamming people together, says Lincoln Project attack video.
Most churches are livestreaming Easter Sunday services -- but some are planning to defy government restrictions on in-person gatherings.
The presumptive Democratic nominee is moving to the left, not the center, and proposing student debt relief as a way to win over Sanders voters.
The former president has a warning -- and it seems to be directed at his successor.
When the coronavirus hurt cruise giant Carnival Corporation, the Saudi crown prince's fund stepped in to help its founder: a longtime Trump associate.
HuffPost found that the evangelical college led by Jerry Falwell Jr. gave little to no information to students in the early weeks of March, flouting CDC guidelines.
Neysi Salvador-Aguiar, a physician from Cuba, told HuffPost that the Irwin County detention center wasn't taking enough measures to prevent the spread of the virus.
The pressers were "boring" and Trump's outbursts "notably off-key," the conservative newspaper's board wrote in a critical column.
The senator suspended his presidential campaign in the middle of a public health emergency, but is extending insurance benefits almost until the general election.
The attorney general also called state and city lockdowns "draconian," and suggested they be rolled back by early May.
Leilani Jordan, a 27-year-old with cerebral palsy, died after being infected by the coronavirus. She'd worked at a Giant Food in Maryland for six years.
It’s too early to think about life after the pandemic, infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci said, urging Americans to continue social distancing.
She was among the first same-sex couples to marry in California when it became legal.
Emily Maitlis is a hit on social media for dispelling the idea that the pandemic is a “great leveler” in which “everyone, rich or poor, suffers the same."
“It is all about how much we just don’t know yet,” warned Dr. Greta Bauer in a new column for The New York Times.
Former Rep. Joe Walsh put the president on notice: "He lied about the virus."
Republican Ron DeSantis trended on Twitter for all the wrong reasons after he wore just one glove for a press conference.
The infectious diseases expert doesn’t just mean now, or in the weeks and months after the pandemic, but possibly forever.
The former Fox News host resurfaces with the worst possible take on the COVID-19 pandemic.